Oh, I solved my issue, so never mind the docs 😁.
Take a look at the source code, might help: https://github.com/espruino/EspruinoDocs/blob/master/devices/SX127x.js
IIRC it's just
sx.rx(...), but could be wrong...
If you have the time to add some more docs / tutorial, just send a PR :)
Thanks :). Would love to contribute some day!
Glad you got it sorted!
Just for future, most module pages (eg http://www.espruino.com/SX127x) say something like:
Espruino's SX127x (About Modules) module ...
If you click on SX127x it'll take you to the source - which is generally what the reference section is generated from anyway.
Wonderful--good to know 👍!
There are lots of more devices from AI
Do you have a data sheet for the AI you are using?
So they are fully compatible?
There are a bunch of ready-made ESP32 boards with lora chips. Come in handy, because first you have a mostly self-contained devboard some even have a small display and/or battery connector. Second because there are arduino samples for them, so you can verify with arduino samples if you are stuck :)
But of course there as a drawback of long shipping time, and you might not get what you expect.
RFM96 (IIRC I tested, and does work with the Espruino library) from Hope RF is I think available from lots of "western" suppliers, if you want something quickly.
Until now, I haven't had issues communicating with it using the SX library, and all sources I have seen claims that RA-02 is based on the SX1278 chip (it's hard to confirm anything with these Chinese modules though).
I haven't tried anything else than sending/receiving at different frequencies, so I can't confirm if FSK/OOK, or stuff like spread factor etc. can be configured though.
Got success send LoRa data from LOM204 (WISOL) to ESPRUINO SX1276
sent the AAA string
Awesome--I don't know that module though 👌😊.
It’s a module that we represents in Brazil
now it´s working tranmission and reception :)
I love ESPRUINO :)
I love ESPRUINO :)
Me too, more people should really be using it 😁. I'm working on a project to showcase at work (WiFi module, not LoRa though), hopefully people will see the opportunities there as well 😏.
Oh ok, got it 😊.
I'm playing around with the SX1276/77/78/79 LoRa module--which works very nicely by the way--and it contains a Reference section with a list of prototype functions. Is there anywhere I can find more information about these?
More specifically I'm trying to switch between TX and RX mode on the fly, and my first guess was that the setOpMode-function had something to do with that, but as I said, I can't find any information on how to use it.